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Would you date an older or younger man?

3-5 yrs older
 11 (34.4%)
3-5 yrs younger
 1 (3.1%)
6- yrs older
 5 (15.6%)
6-yrs younger
 1 (3.1%)
all of the above
 6 (18.8%)
i'd rather date someone my own age
 8 (25%)

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Author Topic: The Black Women's Thread  (Read 196960 times)

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Re: The Black Women's Thread
« Reply #50 on: February 22, 2005, 12:34:37 AM »
If my garbage was removed then I hope the BS you posted was removed as well. Seu, no one sympathizes with you, in fact everyone is laughing behind your back.

omg, your tv is so lame, regal. get a flat screen-- it's the 21st century.

don't take pictures of the lame stuff in your room.

Do you see that big ass beta system underneath it? What you watch with that thing Regal, Star Wars? I bet the remote control is bigger than an X Box. HAHAHA
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Re: The Black Women's Thread
« Reply #51 on: February 22, 2005, 12:35:30 AM »
Like HBCU said...my dorm looks like a prison...I should have lived at work where it's comfortable and I have a fireplace in my room.

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Re: The Black Women's Thread
« Reply #52 on: February 22, 2005, 01:02:11 AM »
Ohmygosh, how many ladies remember THIS song??  I heard it on the radio the other day and literally went insane.  Definitely one of my all-time favorite sexy songs...

Spoken:
Hey baby, you said you need someone to be there for you
To love you all night long?
It's kinda funny but I don't think you have to look no further
Because I'm right here and I'm ready
To do all the things your man won't do

Verse 1:
Tell me what kind of man would treat his woman so cold
Treat you like you're nothing when you're worth more than gold
Girl to me you're like a diamond I love the way you shine
A hundred million dollar treasure
I'd give the world to make you mine (la la la la la)
I'd put a string of pearls right in your hand
Make love on a beach of jet black sand
Outside in the rain we can do it all night
I'll touch all the places he would not
And some he never knew would get you hot
Nothing is forbidden when we touch

CHORUS:
Baby I wanna do all the things your man won't do (every little thing)
I'll do them for you
Baby I wanna do all the things your man won't do
I'll do them for you

VERSE 2:
Take you out on a night cruise on a yatch just can't lose
Cause we got a lot to look forward to one two whatcha gonna do
What good is a diamond nobody can see
I hear he got you on lockdown but I got the master key yeah
I'll light up all the candles all around
Show me to the subway I'll go down
Nothing can be sweeter than the sound of making love
Baby when I start I just can't stop
I'll love you from the bottom to the top
Nothing is forbidden when we touch baby

CHORUS

HOOK:
(La la la la la)
I'll light up all the candles all around
Show me to the subway I'll go down
Nothing can be sweeter than the sound of making love
Baby when I start I just can't stop
I'll love you from the bottom to the top
Nothing is forbidden when we touch oooh yeah

CHORUS II:
Baby I wanna do all the things your man won't do (I'm gonna I'm gonna ohhh)
I'll do them for you
Sweet lady I wanna do all the things your man won't do
I'll do them for you

VAMP:
Oooh I gotta a jones in my bones for you
There ain't a damn thing that I won't do
Make your body cream with my sex machine
I won't stop until I hear your mother scream

CHORUS OUT:
All the things your man won't do...
All the things your man won't do...
All the things your man won't do...

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Re: The Black Women's Thread
« Reply #53 on: February 22, 2005, 01:08:05 AM »
Victor:

Your post was probably not meant for me, but as the only other non-black female poster here, I feel compelled to respond. As a member of "another race," yes, I do feel like I can talk about black issues. And brown issues. And white issues. Because we're living in a society where ALL of these issues are interacting every single freaking day, whether in front of our faces or in the back of an alley somewhere. Simply as a member of society, simply as a member of several minority groups -- female, hispanic -- I DO feel the need to be curious about the black issues. I DO feel the need to question. And to respond. And to otherwise converse about black issues. Alot of people will bring up their experience with the black community in order to "justify" or ground their opinions ... but hey, give some credit to Seu for, unlike many in society, putting her money where her mouth is by wholeheartedly giving up her heart to a member of the black race.

That said, I hate to see this thread go down the tubes. We women of color need to stick together, join in our differences and embrace our heterogenity without feeling like it threatens our cultural authenticity. Maybe I'm the only one who feels this way, but I feel sick to my stomach seeing all this racism and catfighting IN A THREAD DEVOTED TO WOMEN OF COLOR!!  :'(


Seu asked if she could use her black boyfriend for points. Like BLSDB is a law school and her boyfriend was some extra-cirriculum activity. We welcome everybody to BLSDB . . . but just know if you say something stupid like that you will get checked. Dont ever came at me like that . . . YOU HEAR ME??

Nonetheless . . .  I'm in a gleeful mood . . . don't mess with me. Ciao!!



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« Reply #54 on: February 22, 2005, 01:19:39 AM »
Ohmygosh, how many ladies remember THIS song??  I heard it on the radio the other day and literally went insane.  Definitely one of my all-time favorite sexy songs...

Spoken:
Hey baby, you said you need someone to be there for you
To love you all night long?
It's kinda funny but I don't think you have to look no further
Because I'm right here and I'm ready
To do all the things your man won't do

Verse 1:
Tell me what kind of man would treat his woman so cold
Treat you like you're nothing when you're worth more than gold
Girl to me you're like a diamond I love the way you shine
A hundred million dollar treasure
I'd give the world to make you mine (la la la la la)
I'd put a string of pearls right in your hand
Make love on a beach of jet black sand
Outside in the rain we can do it all night
I'll touch all the places he would not
And some he never knew would get you hot
Nothing is forbidden when we touch

CHORUS:
Baby I wanna do all the things your man won't do (every little thing)
I'll do them for you
Baby I wanna do all the things your man won't do
I'll do them for you

VERSE 2:
Take you out on a night cruise on a yatch just can't lose
Cause we got a lot to look forward to one two whatcha gonna do
What good is a diamond nobody can see
I hear he got you on lockdown but I got the master key yeah
I'll light up all the candles all around
Show me to the subway I'll go down
Nothing can be sweeter than the sound of making love
Baby when I start I just can't stop
I'll love you from the bottom to the top
Nothing is forbidden when we touch baby

CHORUS

HOOK:
(La la la la la)
I'll light up all the candles all around
Show me to the subway I'll go down
Nothing can be sweeter than the sound of making love
Baby when I start I just can't stop
I'll love you from the bottom to the top
Nothing is forbidden when we touch oooh yeah

CHORUS II:
Baby I wanna do all the things your man won't do (I'm gonna I'm gonna ohhh)
I'll do them for you
Sweet lady I wanna do all the things your man won't do
I'll do them for you

VAMP:
Oooh I gotta a jones in my bones for you
There ain't a damn thing that I won't do
Make your body cream with my sex machine
I won't stop until I hear your mother scream

CHORUS OUT:
All the things your man won't do...
All the things your man won't do...
All the things your man won't do...



Aaah!  I used to love that song so much but I haven't heard it in years.  Seriously, that song is the only thing that got me through the summer of 96 (I think that's when it was).  Maybe I'll download it later...

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Re: The Black Women's Thread
« Reply #55 on: February 22, 2005, 01:54:01 AM »
Aaah!  I used to love that song so much but I haven't heard it in years.  Seriously, that song is the only thing that got me through the summer of 96 (I think that's when it was).  Maybe I'll download it later...

Hey you . . .  :)


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« Reply #56 on: February 22, 2005, 02:00:08 AM »
Ohmygosh, how many ladies remember THIS song??  I heard it on the radio the other day and literally went insane.  Definitely one of my all-time favorite sexy songs...

Spoken:
Hey baby, you said you need someone to be there for you
To love you all night long?
It's kinda funny but I don't think you have to look no further
Because I'm right here and I'm ready
To do all the things your man won't do

Verse 1:
Tell me what kind of man would treat his woman so cold
Treat you like you're nothing when you're worth more than gold
Girl to me you're like a diamond I love the way you shine
A hundred million dollar treasure
I'd give the world to make you mine (la la la la la)
I'd put a string of pearls right in your hand
Make love on a beach of jet black sand
Outside in the rain we can do it all night
I'll touch all the places he would not
And some he never knew would get you hot
Nothing is forbidden when we touch

CHORUS:
Baby I wanna do all the things your man won't do (every little thing)
I'll do them for you
Baby I wanna do all the things your man won't do
I'll do them for you

VERSE 2:
Take you out on a night cruise on a yatch just can't lose
Cause we got a lot to look forward to one two whatcha gonna do
What good is a diamond nobody can see
I hear he got you on lockdown but I got the master key yeah
I'll light up all the candles all around
Show me to the subway I'll go down
Nothing can be sweeter than the sound of making love
Baby when I start I just can't stop
I'll love you from the bottom to the top
Nothing is forbidden when we touch baby

CHORUS

HOOK:
(La la la la la)
I'll light up all the candles all around
Show me to the subway I'll go down
Nothing can be sweeter than the sound of making love
Baby when I start I just can't stop
I'll love you from the bottom to the top
Nothing is forbidden when we touch oooh yeah

CHORUS II:
Baby I wanna do all the things your man won't do (I'm gonna I'm gonna ohhh)
I'll do them for you
Sweet lady I wanna do all the things your man won't do
I'll do them for you

VAMP:
Oooh I gotta a jones in my bones for you
There ain't a damn thing that I won't do
Make your body cream with my sex machine
I won't stop until I hear your mother scream

CHORUS OUT:
All the things your man won't do...
All the things your man won't do...
All the things your man won't do...



Aaah!  I used to love that song so much but I haven't heard it in years.  Seriously, that song is the only thing that got me through the summer of 96 (I think that's when it was).  Maybe I'll download it later...

Yes, that is the most beautiful song.  Good for many things..

But I'm nosy--what happened in the summer of 96?  Does it have somethin to do with a dude?  You knew someone was gonna ask! ;D

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« Reply #57 on: February 22, 2005, 02:17:28 AM »
my brother, although u are calling the ladiezz down...they do that many times...we do that far more...aye got a few blood sisters who can claim that brothers lose their fuching minds too much of the time...however...


one girl aye was with a few years ago was watching a show and kept calling me by the characters in the movie....but it was "d...i...c...k... tracy"...so she

kept yelling out

do it to me "itchy"

aye love ya "flattop"

give it to me "big boy"

fuching nize lick "my donna"

where is "lips"


after she lost track of the plot in rapture...

lips was offed in the first scene...


she loved "not the bath"....not "the bath"

to which


aye was like...what the hell is wrong with my woman???



then she said "sooner or later i always get my man"...then aye realized that she was

dreaming of a movie she had seen a day before...

but aye can tell u the "blowing agriculture" waz worth it....so...

victor, aye am sure u will ignore this post...and that is okay and expected since aye do not think that a great deal of posters on the ldb. are worthy of honest response...and aye take advantage of the "white man;s stagge" and many times people do not understand what aye post and that is okay...


when aye go back to the poetry....aye will post so others can attempt to understand...in the meantime my book is selling so aye don't care...aye had a death in the family which has hurt...but aye will continue to write...


as a fact:

women do call out other men's names during sex!!!

that is a fact! and proven!

they do it about all the time!...sometimes within "the guise" of silence   
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  if you tickle us, do we not laugh? if you poison  
  us, do we not die? and if you wrong us, shall we not  
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« Reply #58 on: February 22, 2005, 02:29:47 AM »
my brother, although u are calling the ladiezz down...they do that many times...we do that far more...aye got a few blood sisters who can claim that brothers lose their fuching minds too much of the time...however...


one girl aye was with a few years ago was watching a show and kept calling me by the characters in the movie....but it was "d...i...c...k... tracy"...so she

kept yelling out

do it to me "itchy"

aye love ya "flattop"

give it to me "big boy"

fuching nize lick "my donna"

where is "lips"


after she lost track of the plot in rapture...

lips was offed in the first scene...


she loved "not the bath"....not "the bath"

to which


aye was like...what the hell is wrong with my woman???



then she said "sooner or later i always get my man"...then aye realized that she was

dreaming of a movie she had seen a day before...

but aye can tell u the "blowing agriculture" waz worth it....so...

victor, aye am sure u will ignore this post...and that is okay and expected since aye do not think that a great deal of posters on the ldb. are worthy of honest response...and aye take advantage of the "white man;s stagge" and many times people do not understand what aye post and that is okay...


when aye go back to the poetry....aye will post so others can attempt to understand...in the meantime my book is selling so aye don't care...aye had a death in the family which has hurt...but aye will continue to write...


as a fact:

women do call out other men's names during sex!!!

that is a fact! and proven!

they do it about all the time!...sometimes within "the guise" of silence   

Hey Blue,

What book do you have out??

And I'm truly sorry to hear about the passing of your relative. You and your family will be in my prayers.

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« Reply #59 on: February 22, 2005, 02:45:35 AM »
blessed back to u...

and thank u..

u are going to take a big sail...and rise, and eb, and shine...peace.



check this book out...it is called "global rift"  l.s. stavrianos, global rift: "The Third World Comes of Age"...that is part of my reading material for black history month...check it out...!!!
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  if you tickle us, do we not laugh? if you poison  
  us, do we not die? and if you wrong us, shall we not  
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